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Shannon group chief executive, Matthew Thomas  (L) and Mark O’Connell of W2 Consulting discussing the new report

The Shannon Group is supporting 46,000 jobs and generating an economic impact of €3.6 billion annually, with this likely to expand considerably in the(...)

Former taoiseach Liam Cosgrave stands in front of a photograph of his father WT  Cosgrave at the GPO Witness History Visitor Centre during its official opening in 2016. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

The former Fine Gael taoiseach Liam Cosgrave, who died this week, made an impassioned defence of his father’s actions during the Civil War in a speech(...)

‘One of the best of the Beit paintings to be sold at Christie’s is David Teniers’s depiction of a Flemish country dance, the Kermesse (detail, above). As a work of art, it is delightfully anarchic, with groups of people dancing, shouting, pointing and reeling with intoxication. As a depiction for the dance around the notion of the “public trust” in this whole affair, it is all too symbolic.’

It is an awkward word for an awkward action: deaccessioning. The very fact that it was necessary to make up a new word for it suggests that what is go(...)

Oil exploration company Tullow changed its position and decided to pay the Ugandan government $313 million (€245 million) in capital gains tax (...)